Mischa Bouvier

“Mischa Bouvier was superb”

—The New York Times

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Mischa is widely regarded as a singer of keen musicality and unique beauty of tone. Praised by Opera News for a “soothing, cavernous baritone that can soar to heights of lyric beauty,” and by San Francisco Classical Voice for an “immensely sympathetic, soulful voice” and “rare vocal and interpretive gifts,” Mischa continues to garner critical acclaim for a diverse performing career that includes concerts, recitals, staged works and recordings.

Mischa was born in Alabama, and mostly grew up there. Trumpet lessons, choir, and more than his share of lead roles in school musicals led to vocal studies at Boston University. After BU, Mischa continued his training at the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music, completing his M.M. in Vocal Performance.


“a baritone with a rich timbre and a fine sense of line”

—The New York Times

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“remarkable technical facility and precision… Bouvier has chops”

— San Francisco Classical Voice

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